Tyndale House Hebrew Unicode Keyboard

 

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Consonants and vowels are in sound-alike and look-alike positions.

Note that aleph = x ; ayin = y ; yod = j ; het = H ; and tet = f.

Shift is used for final forms and for pointed sin/shin (Q & W).

Short vowels are in lower case and long vowels in upper case.

Vowels are typed like they are pronounced - after the consonants. 

Sheva = ";" and dagesh = "=", and automatically adjust for different letters. 

Right-Alt (or Control+ left-Alt) adds sheva to vowels, and adds dagesh to other letters.

Masoretic punctuation is on the top row with Caps Lock. Add shift for symbols above letters. 

Mac keyboard is identical, but use Option for Right-Alt and Option for Shift with Caps Lock.

 

 

 

Tyndale House Greek Unicode Keyboard

 

 

 

The letters are in sound-alike and look-alike positions with upper case on Shift.

Note that theta = q; psi = y ; phi = f ;  and final sigma = v.

Type breathing and accents on \ / = and shift- before letters.

Add breathing to accents with Right-Alt (plus Shift for rough breathing).

Add iota subscript (on the top-left key) after the letter.

For Transliteration switch on Caps Lock. Add shift for accents above letters in top row. 

Mac keyboard is identical, but use Option for Right-Alt and Option for Shift with Caps Lock.

 

 

 

 

Keyboards David Instone-Brewer of Tyndale House, Cambridge, 2008

These keyboards are free. If you feel grateful, you may donate $5 or $10 to my favorite Biblical Studies charity, Tyndale House.
Go to www.PayPal.com and donate to PayPal@Tyndale.cam.ac.uk. I programmed them in my spare time, so they are my donation.